So my fellows!
The plan is to publish routes from Stayer bods here for you to follow, ride for yourselves and pass around. In this time of social distance, we can still have a shared experience of the great outdoors on our bikes. In addition, there is a Strava club set up here if you are desireth of a little competition en route. Cycle events may be scuppered for the time being but, as a great scientist once said! 'life will find a way' and as someone else said 'if you build it they will come'.
So share the ride and Stay(er) the distance (insert winking cheeky emoji face in your imagination here). If you have a route you would like to share then feel free to ping it across with a pic or two of the sights, sounds and a little run down of what to expect and we will feature and share our favourites.
Route#9 Toms "proper American gravel in Sussex"
contributed by Tom Hall
Starting in Lewes and escaping town along the A27 cycle path (boring, soz). It gets much nicer as soon as you turn off for Firle. From here the gravel starts...continue reading here.
Route#7 Liam's All Terrain Sussex Loop contributed by Liam Yates
The loop can be started at any point depending on where you are coming from or live. It’s also close to Hayward’s Heath and East Grinstead train stations for those coming from a little further. ...continue reading here.
Route#6 Holly's Kent Smash up Titsey Hill contributed by Holly Duce
One for the south Londoner's.....starting in Brockley and heading out to the North downs. Prepare for some serious nettle rash and prep your arms for a good bit of hike a bike in places. Be sure to...continue reading here.
Here are two gravel routes contributed by Tom Elwood from Team LDN. This guy really knows his grit. One is a commitment indeed, a steaming 120k! The other is an abbreviation of the first, entry level Elwood if you will. A somewhat modest BUT still good old 80k of a ride on top grroad. Check em out and enjoy!.......continue reading here.
Route #2 LBK out and back againcontributed by Phil Diprose of The Ride Journal
Today could be perfect. Leaving the house early this morning it begins with blues skies, already it is looking like the best days weather of the year. Spring has been reluctant to come, and the previous winter was challengingly wet to say the least, so finally it seems like my reward has arrived.......continue reading here.
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